BPS Spyware & Adware Remover is a corrupt anti-spyware program involved into several irritating stories. One of the program’s old versions was a clone, another illegally used spyware definitions database stolen from Spybot – Search & Destroy.
The latest version of BPS Spyware & Adware Remover uses false positives. We have carefully tested the program on several absolutely clean computers, which were never infected with any parasites. However, the application managed to find 26 infected parasite components. In a scan report we saw 20 cookies from legitimate Internet resources targeted as “spy cookies”, the nwiz.exe file recognized as the Gaobot.ADV trojan, but actually related to NVIDIA drivers, one registry entry of the mIRC chat client detected as “spy registry value”, and four threats without a location. See a screenshot provided below.
A free version of BPS Spyware & Adware Remover refuses to remove any malware it finds, although its vendor calls it trial. As you know, the real trial includes full functionality, but works only limited period of time. Free version of BPS Spyware & Adware Remover is definitely not a trial. See another screenshot below.
BPS Spyware & Adware Remover is quite unstable. We have installed the program on several computers, but it failed to start on all of them. See another screenshot provided below. Only a version from Spyware Cop, the front end’s site works properly.
There are two additional front ends for the product – Spyware Cops and Spy Striker. Both simply download and install BPS Spywawre & Adware Remover with a different skin.
The product’s official domains are bulletproofsoft.com and spywarecops.com.
We DO NOT recommend purchasing and using BPS Spyware & Adware Remover or any of its front ends.